Registration opens Wednesday, January 5 at 12:01 AM (Pacific Time).
To register online: sign in to your SIR member account. Don't have one? Create one. It's free!
Once you login the Register button will be visible on the right side of this page (or bottom for mobile browsers).
Advance registration is required — we cannot accommodate same-day registration.
Membership: All riders must have current RUSA and SIR memberships (you'll enter your RUSA number during registration). Don't have a RUSA membership? Join here (or renew if your RUSA membership has expired). Allow a few days in advance for RUSA verification.
Online registration is open until Wednesday, February 2 at 11:59 PM (Pacific Time).
Ride cost is $15 paid online at the time of registration.
Registration has closed for this event. We cannot accommodate same-day registration at this time.
The online registration includes signing a responsibility waiver (using the same SmartWaiver app used for RUSA Permanents). After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email containing a link to the SIR waiver.
Complete and submit the waiver to finalize your registration.
With regard to the waiver, we're bound by RUSA insurance rules, which stipulate that riders confirm the email address entered on the waiver. Here's an overview of the process:
YOU MUST SUBMIT A COMPLETED WAIVER IN ORDER TO START THE RIDE
Go to https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/v/sir20220205200K//, complete the waiver, including your email address. This link is also in your event registration email. To minimize confusion, please also use these for the appropriate fields in the waiver:
- Designated Event: Winter 200K
- Designated Event Date: February 5, 2022
You'll receive an email with a link to the completed waiver, and your registration will be finalized.
Due to continuing COVID-19 concerns, this will be a no-contact event with all online registration and no manned food controls. We encourage you to bring along your own food and drink, but the route does pass through numerous towns where there are opportunities to refuel. We will report separately on specific COVID-19 protocols, which will apply not only to this event but also to future rides for an indefinite time period.
PROOF OF VACCINATION or PROOF OF A NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST WITHIN 72 HOURS
is required to enter restaurants in King County. If you plan to drink or dine inside after the ride, please bring the required proof.
Please see https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/current-guidance.aspx
for "Current COVID-19 guidance in King County".
Please also see https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/current-guidance/verify.aspx
for vaccination verification. In short, the following can be used as proof of vaccination:
- A CDC vaccine card or photo of vaccine card.
- Documented proof of vaccination from medical record or vaccine provider.
- Proof of vaccination from another state or county.
- Printed certificate or digital record from MyIRMobile.com or other apps.
Come ride with us to find out what randonneuring is about. We'll continue to build on the 2022 SIR Winter season with our Rouleur (pronounced "ruler") Series Winter 200 RUSA Brevet. Read more about the SIR Rouleur Series here
RUSA Brevet #2134 Redmond, Lakes, Falls, and Trails - features Peet’s Coffee, Granite Falls (multiple bakery, food, and coffee options), Postdoc Brewing Company
The route features low elevation (below 240 meters/790 feet) on rural roads. From the start in Redmond, make a gradual climb up to Echo Lake passing through a short gravel/dirt trail. Descend down to Tualco Valley and Monroe. Climb up rolling hills to Lake Chaplain. Follow it up with a rolling climb up to Lake Roesiger. Continue with a rolling descent down to Granite Falls with multiple food options (roughly the half-way point). Make a net descent across additional rolling hills out to Arlington. Take a short out and back to Bryant followed by the gradual railroad trail grades on the Centennial Trail to Snohomish. Make one more lumpy climb before finishing on the Sammamish River Trail back to Postdoc Brewing Company in Redmond. All of this packed in against a few scenic peeks of mountains in the distance.
Route and Cuesheet:
Printed cuesheets will not be available at the start. You may choose to print your own. To print the cuesheet from the route page
, click the More
button, then select Print Cuesheet
Parking is available in Redmond on NE 65th Street near the finish and Lake Sammamish Trail Parking. Due to the potential large number of riders for these brevets, please consider parking away from the businesses at the start that are more convenient for walking customers. As a general recommendation, avoid storing things of value in your car, certainly not visible.
In the spirit of self-supported randonneuring and keeping ride fees to a minimum, food and drinks will not be provided by the club for the Winter Rouleur Series. Bring your own food and beverages. Food & services are noted on the route.